Nonfat Dry Milk Sep '21 (DFU21)
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|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+2.575 (+2.05%)since 08/17/21
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-0.175 (-0.14%)since 06/17/21
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+7.250 (+5.99%)since 09/17/20
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In my opinion, there has been little to change this week in the cash markets, processing speeds of packers, cattle on feed, or consumer demand. Hence about the only thing to expect from this would be...
After printing midday losses, lean hog futures rallied back to end the Friday session with $0.25 to $0.97 gains. December hog futures traded with a $2.70 range. USDA’s National Average Afternoon Base...
Live cattle futures ended the Friday session with triple digit losses for Dec – April. October and June contracts were each 80 cents lower on the day. USDA reported cash trade from $123 - $126 this week,...
Front month fat cattle futures are trading 45 to 65 cents lower at midday. USDA mentioned some $123-$124 sales in TX on Thursday and $125 for NE. Feeder cattle futures are also in the red with midday losses...
So far for Friday, lean hog futures are working lower with losses of 12 to 57 cents following triple digit Thursday gains. October contracts are the weakest at midday. USDA’s National Average Base hog...
Fat cattle futures were weaker on Thursday, with 17 to 87 cent losses. Preliminary open interest showed some long liquidation, down 1,810 contracts. Feeders were higher nearby, gaining $1.15 in September,...
Lean hog futures added triple digits to the upside on Thursday, follow through from Wednesday’s gains. Prices closed $2.15 to $3.20 higher on the day. Short covering accelerated, with preliminary OI...
Markets Soften Overnight
Fat cattle futures were weaker on Thursday but closed off their lows with 17 to 87 cent losses. Feeders were higher nearby, gaining $1.15 in September, but were 27 to 40 cents red in the deferred months....